What Is Cuba's Landscape Like?
Cuba is a subtropical Caribbean country.
Cuba is a tropical island with a stunning Caribbean coast. Off the coast of some beaches you can visit healthy coral reefs. Rolling hills, tobacco farms, and pine forests characterize inland Cuba. The mountains of Sierra de los Órganos are to the west, and the mountains of Sierra Maestra rise in the southwest. Small islands surround Cuba, the largest of which is Isla de La Juventud. You’ll find mangrove forests along much of the coast, including along the southern islands.